Coolsculpting® is a popular non-invasive treatment for reducing fat. The treatment works by freezing fat cells, which are then gradually eliminated by the body. Because Coolsculpting® does not involve surgery or require any downtime, it has become a popular choice for those looking to improve their appearance. But you may have a lot of questions about it, including the length of time you can enjoy your new body shape.
How long do the results of Coolsculpting® last?
Studies have shown that the results of Coolsculpting® can last for years. However, it is important to note that the treated area may still be susceptible to weight gain. As such, our team at Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center advise you to maintain a healthy lifestyle to sustain the results of your Coolsculpting® treatment. For most patients, this means eating a nutritious diet and getting enough activity into their day. In doing so, you will be able to enjoy your results longer and reduce the need for further treatments after you have achieved the changes you desired.
What can I expect from Coolsculpting® treatments?
Many patients who are considering plastic surgery are often excited to learn about Coolsculpting® as an alternative option. This treatment is done right in the office with a special device that freezes fat cells, allowing the body’s lymphatic system to flush them out permanently. Patients find this treatment to be a wonderful alternative to liposuction and tummy tucks, especially for those who have mild to moderate excess fat in the midsection area. Patients love that this treatment doesn’t require downtime and eliminates the risks of scarring and infection. This makes Coolsculpting® the ideal treatment for those who are ready to make a change in their body contours and feel more comfortable in their own skin.
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Call 305-532-4478 to request a consultation appointment with our team of professionals at Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center. Our doctors are available to help patients in two practice locations, including Hallandale Beach and Miami Beach, FL.